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  1. Hi, I am a new user. I have a problem with Isan. When I use Pro Tools 11 and close my session located in the remote disk, Isan not allow me to eject the disc remote until I close pro tools. Is there any setting that I have forgotten? or is it a bug? Thanks Gabriele
  2. Hi, I am a new user. I have a problem with Isan. When I use Pro Tools 11 and close my session located in the remote disk, Isan not allow me to eject the disc remote until I close pro tools. Is there any setting that I have forgotten? or is it a bug? Thanks Gabriele
  3. Using iSCSI initiator 5.2 (and 5.3) on Yosemite with a Western Digital EX4 NAS I get an Error whenever I reboot the iMAC and try to copy, delete or edit any files on the iSCSI partition "The error can't be completed because an unexpected error occurred (error cod 50)" is returned. Disk sleep is disabled on both OS-X and the NAS but given this can occur after rebooting OS-X disk sleep seems irrelevant. As a test I've created the iSCSI partition, copied a few GBs of data, rebooted and then received the error after reboot. At no point has the Mac been allowed to "sleep". The WD EX4 NAS works fine for two other iSCSI partitions connected to two other Windows machines. Normal browsing of a Public share on the NAS also works fine with standard RWD operations being successfully completed. Anyone else had similar behaviour?
  4. Hi All@Forum, To report compatibility using GlobanSAN iSCSI Initiator V 5.2.0.429 & Mac oS X 10.10.5 - MacMini Server Late 2014 - Intel i7 3 GHz - Mac OS X 10.10.15 - Darwin 14.5.0 Darwin Kernel Version 14.5.0: Wed Jul 29 02:26:53 PDT 2015; root:xnu-2782.40.9~1/RELEASE_X86_64 x86_64 - iSCSI Storage : QNAP TS-869U-RP - Firmware : 4.1.1 - Dedicated network interface beetween Mac & Storage : Sonnettech Presto - http://www.sonnettech.fr/product/prestogigpciepro.html - Data rate over iSCSI : 109 MB/s Previous Mac OS X was 101.10.2 before upgradning. Of course, backup your OS before upgrading ;-) Regards
  5. Did someone test last iSCSI Initiator official release with Yosemite Developer Preview? I need to install Yosemite and before i'd like to know if iSCSI Initiator can work correctly.
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